Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a mega rally in Gujarat’s capital Gandhinagar. Modi’s home state is slated to go to polls around the end of this year. The schedule for polls, however, have not been announced yet. On Sunday, PM Modi said in a series of tweets: “I bow to the people of Gujarat for blessing BJP for decades. We will always fulfill the dreams of every Gujarati with full strength & vigor.”

The prime minister said that the event named Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan comes after a culmination of two Gujarat Gaurav Yatras. The event being held at Bhat village near Gandhinagar is likely to see attendees like Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Amit Shah, and others. Slug-fest over poll dates has started as Congress blamed the BJP for pressuring the Election Commission into delaying the announcement of schedule. 

The EC has, however, denied the claim. PM Modi’s visits to Gujarat have been more frequent in the run-up to the elections. On a two-day visit last week, he visited and inaugurated several projects in Gandhinagar, Bharat, Rajkot and his hometown Vadnagar. Mid last month he visited the state along with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to lay the foundation stone of the bullet train project.
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